Seaport Enhanced (SeaPort-e)

SeaPort-e is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in Engineering, Financial Management, and Program Management. SeaPort-e is available to the Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC, and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research (ONR), the United States Marine Corps, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), providing a standardized, efficient means of soliciting offers.

SeaPort-e Task Order Awards


IPA’s Prime Contract And Team

IPA is a prime SeaPort-e contract holder (N00178-16-R-8810) supporting all seven Zones and all 22 Functional Areas. IPA provides services including Engineering, Systems Engineering, Process Engineering, Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), Information Technology (IT) and Program Support.
IPA has assembled a top-pedigree team of partners to meet our client’s needs. Below is the link to each teammate’s website which provides a comprehensive description of their capabilities and areas of expertise to compliment IPA’s delivery of value-based services.
IPA’s SeaPort-e Team Includes:
IPA Teammate SeaPort-e Functional Areas are listed in the chart below. To download the file click either on the link below or the chart itself.

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IPA’s Quality Assurance Program for SeaPort-e

Team IPA’s Quality Control Process enables continuous improvement to our technical, management, and analytical services throughout the entire contract period of performance.

IPA initiates the Process by Establishing, Validating and Refining the processes and procedures used to deliver SeaPort-e analysis and modeling support to the Customer. This includes developing process control procedures and measurements to ensure performance objectives are met or exceeded.

The next step provides Continuously Monitoring SeaPort-e processes, procedures, study plans and analyses delivered under a specific Call Order to ensure they are operating within established performance controls.

The third step initiates Taking Preventative and/or Corrective Action to resolve undesired trends discovered during the iterative quality monitoring process, as necessary. The Project Manager will report any/all deficiencies or deviations immediately, and after consultation with the Program Manager and SeaPort-e COR,will identify and implement remedial actions.

The fourth step is Periodic Inspection and/or Audit of Team IPA processes as determined by contract requirements. The overlapping inspection and assessment process ensures independence and bias-free qualitative results, and are used to refine processes as needed.

Finally, the Process provides for the Communication and Reporting of results to SeaPort-e leadership, ensuring communication channels remain open between Team IPA and the USG.